From: Shane Dempsey (sdempsey at domain tssg.wit.ie)
Date: Wed 01 Sep 1999 - 12:09:49 IST
Yep , should have looked at the question more closely.
I have an ISA Rockwell. Think that it might be manufactured by a
company called legacy. It works great anyway.
I thought that Xircom made a pci modem that worked under LINUX.
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Jakma <Paul.Jakma at domain Digital.com>
To: 'Shane Dempsey' <sdempsey at domain tssg.wit.ie>
Cc: <ilug at domain linux.ie>
Sent: 01 September 1999 10:04
Subject: RE: [ILUG] [OT] Anyone know anything about this modem?
> > Well I don't know about the brand but I used a modem,
> > can't even remember the brand, with the same chipset and it
> > worked like a
> > dream. Never had any probs with it. This particular chipset
> > works well ( in general ) with most OS's , even BEos if
> > memory serves me
> > correctly.
> Rockwell are one of the most prolific modem chipset makers. Just about
> clone ISA modem uses rockwell. And there are loads of different rockwell
> chips.. most just standard DTE's with AT command set, but there was also
> RPI, (something like Rockwell Programming Interface), one of the first
> 'winmodem' chips (DSP based), (used in 14.4k era modems iirc).
> If it was an ISA modem it'd be ok, but this one's PCI. . The Rockwell and
> Lucent PCI chipsets are winmodems - not supported. AFAIK there's only one
> 'real' PCI modem chipset, some obscure one, which works with linux.
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